Post-Punk and Goth Songs to celebrate New Years
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Happy New Year!

Finally 2017 is over, and whether you are celebrating at a party, at a club, or quietly at home, here are a few essential tracks to say goodbye to one of the most surreal 365 days in recent history.

We start the list with the obvious choices, such as U2 utilizing Siouxsie and The Banshees producer Steve Lillywhite for the go to holiday track New Years Day, and The Banshees themselves with Fireworks. Also included are a couple of Cure songs, Little Nemo, Ghost Dance, Joy Division and more.

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Naturally, of course, the last song is The Last Song by Trisomie 21.

From all of us at Post-Punk.com, we wish you a happy 2018.

U2 ‘New Year’s Day’

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Siouxsie And The Banshees ‘Fireworks’

Children On Stun ‘Celebration’

The Cure ‘Taking Off’

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Ghost Dance ‘Celebrate’

The Cure ‘The Exploding Boy’

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The Cure ‘A Few Hours After This’

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Nocturnal Projections  ‘Another Year’

Joy Division ‘These Days’

Killing Joke ‘New Day’

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Little Nemo ‘Seconds’

Depeche Mode ‘Black Celebration

The Sisters of Mercy ‘Body Electric’

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Bauhaus ‘Burning From The Inside’


The Mary Onettes ‘Puzzles’

Desperate Journalist ‘Resolution’

Trisomie 21 ‘The Last Song’

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